The Jaguar XF has been widely loved since its debut back in 2007 and the Frankfurt Motor Show. By the time 2015 came around, Jaguar finally decided to usher in a new-gen model, and it was one of the best moves the brand ever made. So much so, that the Jaguar XF took the credit for nearly 29 percent of Jaguar’s global sales in the first half of the year. For 2017, Jaguar decided to kick things up a notch and offer the XF with a 2.0-liter diesel engine and all-wheel drive. Even better yet, that diesel engine is available as an entry-level model.